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Trees and Shrubs for Northern Great Plains Landscapes

“Trees and Shrubs for Northern Great Plains Landscapes” is a 272-page book containing complete descriptions and full-color photographs on 66 tree species – 45 deciduous trees and 21 conifers – and 38 shrub species that are generally adapted to urban growing conditions in North Dakota. The book is published by the NDSU Extension Service

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Did you know that …

The flowers from littleleaf linden trees have a beautiful scent and are highly attractive to honeybees.

Boxelder trees are maples and their sap can be collected and boiled to make maple syrup.

Black Hills spruce is more resistant to needlecast and other diseases compared to Colorado blue spruce.

All this information and more is available in this 272-page book containing complete descriptions and full-color photographs on 66 tree species – 45 deciduous trees and 21 conifers – and 38 shrub species that are generally adapted to urban growing conditions in North Dakota.

Publication Number:

F-1309

Cost:

$12.50

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